• By Baltimore Sun   -   Jan 23, 2021

    MARYLAND COLLEGES BRINGING STUDENTS BACK TO CAMPUS DESPITE PANDEMIC, SAYING THEY'VE LEARNED FROM FALL EXPERIENCE

    Administrators are feeling emboldened to welcome students back to campus despite Maryland reporting new cases and testing positivity...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jan 23, 2021

    ‘COMPASSIONATE TO A FAULT': ANNAPOLIS FLORIST, BELOVED MOTHER AND COMMUNITY LINCHPIN DIES AT 57

    Teresa Williams, owner of Gateway Florist and Academy Flowers, whose generosity, advocacy and charity made her a cherished part of...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jan 23, 2021

    ‘THE SPIRIT OF A HORSE': LOCAL RESCUES PROVIDE REHABILITATION, ADOPTION FOR RESCUED EQUINES

    Days End shelters about 80 horses on average at any given time, but brings in about 150 throughout the year from adoptions going out...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jan 23, 2021

    ‘HE ALWAYS HAD THE TALENT': HOW LOYOLA MARYLAND'S BRANDON BRADSHER ROSE FROM MANAGER TO STARTING POINT GUARD

    Bradsher began his college career as a team manager, had to lobby a new head coach for a chance to compete as a walk-on, and saw little...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jan 23, 2021

    BALTIMORE POLICE REPORT SHOOTING IN BROOKLYN

    Southern District shooting detectives are investigating this incident and are asking anyone with information to call (410) 396-2499...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jan 23, 2021

    FORMER ORIOLES MANAGER AND SECOND BASEMAN DAVEY JOHNSON RELEASED FROM HOSPITAL AFTER BEING TREATED FOR COVID

    Former Baltimore Orioles manager Davey Johnson is in a Florida hospital with COVID-19, according to former New York Mets spokesman...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jan 23, 2021

    MARYLAND MEN'S BASKETBALL SEARCHING FOR CONSISTENCY WITH CONFERENCE WINS PROVING HARD TO STRING TOGETHER

    When head coach Mark Turgeon spoke to reporters Friday ahead of Maryland's road game at No. 17 Minnesota on Saturday, he spoke of something...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jan 22, 2021

    MARYLAND GOV. HOGAN'S CAMPAIGN MAKES MORE REFUNDS TO DONORS

    Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has again refunded tens of thousands of dollars to campaign donors, according to his latest campaign finance...

    Finance
  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jan 22, 2021

    HOWARD SUPERINTENDENT'S PROPOSED $932 MILLION BUDGET ADDS STAFF IN SPECIAL EDUCATION, MENTAL HEALTH

    Howard County school system Superintendent Michael Martirano is proposing an operating budget of $932 million for the next fiscal year...

    Health
  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jan 22, 2021

    TWO MORE COVID-19 DEATHS REPORTED; CARROLL COUNTY SEEING DECLINE IN CASES FOR 2ND STRAIGHT WEEK

    Thirty-eight new cases were reported Friday. More than three weeks past the holidays that produced a surge in cases, it appears the...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jan 22, 2021

    REP. ANDY HARRIS FIRES BACK AT HARFORD COUNTY COUNCILMAN'S CALL FOR HIS RESIGNATION

    Rep. Andy Harris fired back at Harford County Councilman Andre Johnson after the councilman called on Harris to resign following his...

    Election
  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jan 22, 2021

    FORMER TOWSON QB TOM FLACCO SIGNS WITH CFL'S SASKATCHEWAN ROUGHRIDERS

    Flacco went undrafted last year and was not signed to an NFL training camp roster, though he reportedly worked out for the Arizona...

    NFL
  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jan 22, 2021

    BALTIMORE DITCHES PLANS TO OUTSOURCE WATER METER REPAIRS; CITY WILL TRAIN IN-HOUSE EMPLOYEES

    Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott says the workers will remain in place and receive training to ensure they repair water meters effectively.

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jan 22, 2021

    HARFORD CITIZENS OFFER INPUT ON COUNTY BUDGET PRIORITIES FOR COMING FISCAL YEAR DURING VIRTUAL TOWN HALL

    Harford County officials held the seventh annual budget town hall to solicit citizen input on priorities for the upcoming fiscal year...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jan 22, 2021

    GBMC HEALTH CARE TOPS 4,000 VACCINE DOSES, PLANS TO START IMMUNIZING RESIDENTS 65 AND OLDER FEB. 1, DEPENDING ON SUPPLY

    The Greater Baltimore Medical Center Health Care system has administered more than 4,000 coronavirus vaccine doses to staff and seniors...

    Health
  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jan 22, 2021

    MARYLAND POLITICIANS PAY TRIBUTE TO THE LATE STATE SENATE PRESIDENT EMERITUS MILLER

    For more than two hours, current and former state senators shared stories about the late Senate President Emeritus Thomas V. Mike Miller...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jan 22, 2021

    TWO MORE MARYLAND CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS DIED OF COVID-19, UNION SAYS WHILE ACCUSING STATE OF DOWNPLAYING SCOPE OF THE PROBLEM

    Prison Union sources said they were notified of three more deaths over the last 7 days of essential employees in Maryland prisons....

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jan 22, 2021

    COVID-19 OUTBREAKS REPORTED AT THREE CARROLL COUNTY ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS, FEW IMPACTED

    Three outbreaks were reported at separate Carroll County Public Schools on Thursday, but few people were impacted.

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jan 22, 2021

    ANNE ARUNDEL SCHOOL SYSTEM PLANS TO PARTNER WITH COUNTY FIRE DEPARTMENT TO ADMINISTER STAFF VACCINATIONS

    Anne Arundel County Public Schools will need to administer as many as 14,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine, and in a letter to staff Thursday,...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jan 22, 2021

    PAULINE VOLLMER, GARDENER AND CYLBURN PHILANTHROPIST, DIES

    Pauline Vollmer, an influential gardener and donor to the Cylburn Arboretum, has died at 104.